Single cell dielectric spectroscopy

@inproceedings{Morgan2006SingleCD,
  title={Single cell dielectric spectroscopy},
  author={Hywel Morgan and Tao Sun and David LC Holmes and Shady Gawad and Nicolas G Green},
  year={2006}
}
Over the last century a number of techniques have been developed which allow the measurement of the dielectric properties of biological particles in fluid suspension. The majority of these techniques are limited by the fact that they only provide an average value for the dielectric properties of a collection of particles. More recently, with the advent of microfabrication techniques and the Lab-on-a-chip, it has been possible to perform dielectric spectroscopic experiments on single biological… CONTINUE READING
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